Designed by Gabriel Fain Architect in partnership with Globizen, Kilbarry Hill constructed this live/work space in the heart of the corso Italia district of Toronto.
- Built within a tree protection zone this laneway house floats over 100 year old tree roots using a steel floor plate and helical piers
- Corrougated exterior panels provide a continuous exterior wall and roof finish
- All windows were positioned to provide maximum amounts of natural light within the home while also maintaining privacy
Interior features include:
- custom kitchen, vanities, and millwork by Scavolini
- Custom vinyl plank flooring by Relative Space Toronto
- Exposed ceiling joists with custom matte black joist hangers provide an industrial feel to the live/work space
- Custom Globizen Green waterfall staircase
The MacKay Avenue Laneway House was featured in The Globe and Mail. Click here to read more.
The MacKay Avenue Laneway House was also featured in designlines. Click here to read more.